The Paricutin Volcano, Uruapan
The Paricutin Volcano, Uruapan
The Paricutin Volcano, Uruapan
The Paricutin Volcano, Uruapan
The Paricutin Volcano, Uruapan
The Paricutin Volcano, Uruapan
The Paricutin Volcano, Uruapan
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Uruapan

Located 38 km (24 miles) from Uruapan.
About The Paricutin Volcano

The youngest volcano in the world was born on February 20, 1943. In a matter of hours the earth began to tremble, opened and began to throw thick steam and stones. Thanks to a peasant who warned the town, there were no human victims, however two towns were buried: Paricutín and San Juan. From the latter you can see the tower of the church that remained intact being the only witness of the eruption.

About The Paricutin Volcano

The youngest volcano in the world was born on February 20, 1943. In a matter of hours the earth began to tremble, opened and began to throw thick steam and stones. Thanks to a peasant who warned the town, there were no human victims, however two towns were buried: Paricutín and San Juan. From the latter you can see the tower of the church that remained intact being the only witness of the eruption.

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